Weimar and Nazi Germany: 1.1 The origins of the Republic, 1918-1919

Weimar and Nazi Germany: 1.1 The origins of the Republic, 1918-1919

New Edexcel or Hodder textbook is necessary for some of the activities. Extensive PPT and activities that links to Chapter 1.1 of the new Edexcel GCSE 9-1 textbook. Lessons on this topic are newly planned to meet the exacting standards of the new specification; they are not recycled lessons from previous years. Encourages independent work and includes engaging resources to bring the topic to life for students. It also includes a glossary of all the key terms in the textbook with some spaces for extra words that may come up. Exam guide that guides students on how to answer questions for this paper included.
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Superpower relations and the Cold War: 1.2 The development of the Cold War

Superpower relations and the Cold War: 1.2 The development of the Cold War

Extensive student led resources that covers Chapter 1.2 of the Edexcel GCSE curriculum on Superpower Relations. This will be suitable for a high-ability year 8 or 9 class. Textbook is NOT necessary, but the lessons are planned to cover the content in the Edexcel curriculum. Covers the impact of Truman Doctrine and Marshall Plan along with the Soviet response in the form of Cominform and Comecon. Also analyses the Berlin Crisis. Detailed worksheet that show how to approach the narrative question (Q2).
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Crime and punishment through time - 1.4 The influence of the Church on crime and punihment

Crime and punishment through time - 1.4 The influence of the Church on crime and punihment

Education experts The Knowledge House provide outstanding resources to outstanding teachers to make sure you have the time to concentrate on teaching. Created by expert history teachers, we look to reduce the workload in your busy schedule by creating ready-to-use resources. Each of our lessons are carefully planned to meet the exacting standards of the new Edexcel GCSE 9-1 specification using the Hodder and Pearson textbooks. However, neither textbook is necessary for the completion of these tasks. Our lessons follow a unique format. Each lesson is linked to a sub-chapter of the Edexcel Pearson textbook. This lesson links to Chapter 1.4: Case study: the influence of the Church on crime and punishment All sheets to be printed out at the beginning of the lesson. Each student then works the way through the sheets at their own pace. Each worksheet comes with extension tasks to stretch the MABLE. Unfinished tasks can be completed for HW and feedback. Exam questions can be completed for homework. It is recommended that no longer than two singles or one double lesson is sent on each sub-chapter. This allows the incredible amount of content to be completed quite comfortably through year 10 and 11. The four topics for GCSE history requires approximately 60 sub-chapters to be covered (Paper 1= 23; Paper 2 (A) = 9; Paper 2(B) = 12; Paper 3 = 16). This breaks down into 30 double lessons. For a school that has three 100 minute doubles in a two-week cycle, this allows for the course to be covered in by February half-term, while still allowing for lessons to go through exam practice and missed lessons for a variety of reasons. This system has been tested by our history expert in a mixed ability class, with the course finished by February half-term. Please email info@theknowledgehouse.co.uk if you have any queries, questions or comments. We would be happy to arrange a call to discuss how you can use these resources to allow you to do what you love… TEACH!!
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Crime and punishment through time - 1.3 Crime, punishment and law enforcement in later Middle Ages

Crime and punishment through time - 1.3 Crime, punishment and law enforcement in later Middle Ages

Education experts The Knowledge House provide outstanding resources to outstanding teachers to make sure you have the time to concentrate on teaching. Created by expert history teachers, we look to reduce the workload in your busy schedule by creating ready-to-use resources. Each of our lessons are carefully planned to meet the exacting standards of the new Edexcel GCSE 9-1 specification using the Hodder and Pearson textbooks. However, neither textbook is necessary for the completion of these tasks. Our lessons follow a unique format. Each lesson is linked to a sub-chapter of the Edexcel Pearson textbook. This lesson links to Chapter 1.3: Crime, punishment and law enforcement in the later Middle Ages. All sheets to be printed out at the beginning of the lesson. Each student then works the way through the sheets at their own pace. Each worksheet comes with extension tasks to stretch the MABLE. Unfinished tasks can be completed for HW and feedback. Exam questions can be completed for homework. It is recommended that no longer than two singles or one double lesson is sent on each sub-chapter. This allows the incredible amount of content to be completed quite comfortably through year 10 and 11. The four topics for GCSE history requires approximately 60 sub-chapters to be covered (Paper 1= 23; Paper 2 (A) = 9; Paper 2(B) = 12; Paper 3 = 16). This breaks down into 30 double lessons. For a school that has three 100 minute doubles in a two-week cycle, this allows for the course to be covered in by February half-term, while still allowing for lessons to go through exam practice and missed lessons for a variety of reasons. This system has been tested by our history expert in a mixed ability class, with the course finished by February half-term. Please email info@theknowledgehouse.co.uk if you have any queries, questions or comments. We would be happy to arrange a call to discuss how you can use these resources to allow you to do what you love… TEACH!!
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Crime and punishment through time - 2.1 Changing definitions of crime, c1500-c1700

Crime and punishment through time - 2.1 Changing definitions of crime, c1500-c1700

Education experts The Knowledge House provide outstanding resources to outstanding teachers to make sure you have the time to concentrate on teaching. Created by expert history teachers, we look to reduce the workload in your busy schedule by creating ready-to-use resources. Each of our lessons are carefully planned to meet the exacting standards of the new Edexcel GCSE 9-1 specification using the Hodder and Pearson textbooks. However, neither textbook is necessary for the completion of these tasks. Our lessons follow a unique format. Each lesson is linked to a sub-chapter of the Edexcel Pearson textbook. This lesson links to Chapter 2.1: Changing definitions of crime, c1500-c1700. All sheets to be printed out at the beginning of the lesson. Each student then works the way through the sheets at their own pace. Each worksheet comes with extension tasks to stretch the MABLE. Each sheet is glued into the book to create an amazing set of notes with printed headings that students will have for revision purposes. Unfinished tasks can be completed for HW and feedback. Exam questions can be completed for homework. It is recommended that no longer than two singles or one double lesson is sent on each sub-chapter. This allows the incredible amount of content to be completed quite comfortably through year 10 and 11. The four topics for GCSE history requires approximately 60 sub-chapters to be covered (Paper 1= 23; Paper 2 (A) = 9; Paper 2(B) = 12; Paper 3 = 16). This breaks down into 30 double lessons. For a school that has three 100 minute doubles in a two-week cycle, this allows for the course to be covered in by February half-term, while still allowing for lessons to go through exam practice and missed lessons for a variety of reasons. This system has been tested by our history expert in a mixed ability class, with the course finished by February half-term. Please email info@theknowledgehouse.co.uk if you have any queries, questions or comments. We would be happy to arrange a call to discuss how you can use these resources to allow you to do what you love… TEACH!!
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Crime and punishment through time - Chapter 1 c1000-c1500: Crime, punishment and law enforcement in medieval England

Crime and punishment through time - Chapter 1 c1000-c1500: Crime, punishment and law enforcement in medieval England

Education experts The Knowledge House provide outstanding resources to outstanding teachers to make sure you have the time to concentrate on teaching. Created by expert history teachers, we look to reduce the workload in your busy schedule by creating ready-to-use resources. Each of our lessons are carefully planned to meet the exacting standards of the new Edexcel GCSE 9-1 specification using the Hodder and Pearson textbooks. However, neither textbook is necessary for the completion of these tasks. Our lessons follow a unique format. Each lesson is linked to a sub-chapter of the Edexcel Pearson textbook. This lesson links to Chapter 1: Crime, punishment and law enforcement in medieval England All sheets to be printed out at the beginning of the lesson. Each student then works the way through the sheets at their own pace. Each worksheet comes with extension tasks to stretch the MABLE. Unfinished tasks can be completed for HW and feedback. Exam questions can be completed for homework. It is recommended that no longer than two singles or one double lesson is sent on each sub-chapter. This allows the incredible amount of content to be completed quite comfortably through year 10 and 11. The four topics for GCSE history requires approximately 60 sub-chapters to be covered (Paper 1= 23; Paper 2 (A) = 9; Paper 2(B) = 12; Paper 3 = 16). This breaks down into 30 double lessons. For a school that has three 100 minute doubles in a two-week cycle, this allows for the course to be covered in by February half-term, while still allowing for lessons to go through exam practice and missed lessons for a variety of reasons. This system has been tested by our history expert in a mixed ability class, with the course finished by February half-term. Please email info@theknowledgehouse.co.uk if you have any queries, questions or comments. We would be happy to arrange a call to discuss how you can use these resources to allow you to do what you love… TEACH!!
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Crime and punishment through time - 1.2 Crime, punishment and law enforcement in Norman England

Crime and punishment through time - 1.2 Crime, punishment and law enforcement in Norman England

Education experts The Knowledge House provide outstanding resources to outstanding teachers to make sure you have the time to concentrate on teaching. Created by expert history teachers, we look to reduce the workload in your busy schedule by creating ready-to-use resources. Each of our lessons are carefully planned to meet the exacting standards of the new Edexcel GCSE 9-1 specification using the Hodder and Pearson textbooks. However, neither textbook is necessary for the completion of these tasks. Our lessons follow a unique format. Each lesson is linked to a sub-chapter of the Edexcel Pearson textbook. This lesson links to Chapter 1.2: Crime, punishment and law enforcement in Norman England All sheets to be printed out at the beginning of the lesson. Each student then works the way through the sheets at their own pace. Each worksheet comes with extension tasks to stretch the MABLE. Unfinished tasks can be completed for HW and feedback. Exam questions can be completed for homework. It is recommended that no longer than two singles or one double lesson is sent on each sub-chapter. This allows the incredible amount of content to be completed quite comfortably through year 10 and 11. The four topics for GCSE history requires approximately 60 sub-chapters to be covered (Paper 1= 23; Paper 2 (A) = 9; Paper 2(B) = 12; Paper 3 = 16). This breaks down into 30 double lessons. For a school that has three 100 minute doubles in a two-week cycle, this allows for the course to be covered in by February half-term, while still allowing for lessons to go through exam practice and missed lessons for a variety of reasons. This system has been tested by our history expert in a mixed ability class, with the course finished by February half-term. Please email info@theknowledgehouse.co.uk if you have any queries, questions or comments. We would be happy to arrange a call to discuss how you can use these resources to allow you to do what you love… TEACH!!
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Crime and punishment through time - 1.1 Crime, punishment and law enforcement in Anglo-Saxon England

Crime and punishment through time - 1.1 Crime, punishment and law enforcement in Anglo-Saxon England

Education experts The Knowledge House provide outstanding resources to outstanding teachers to make sure you have the time to concentrate on teaching. Created by expert history teachers, we look to reduce the workload in your busy schedule by creating ready-to-use resources. Each of our lessons are carefully planned to meet the exacting standards of the new Edexcel GCSE 9-1 specification using the Hodder and Pearson textbooks. However, neither textbook is necessary for the completion of these tasks. Our lessons follow a unique format. Each lesson is linked to a sub-chapter of the Edexcel Pearson textbook. This lesson links to Chapter 1.1: Crime, punishment and law enforcement in Anglo-Saxon England All sheets to be printed out at the beginning of the lesson. Each student then works the way through the sheets at their own pace. Each worksheet comes with extension tasks to stretch the MABLE. Unfinished tasks can be completed for HW and feedback. Exam questions can be completed for homework. It is recommended that no longer than two singles or one double lesson is sent on each sub-chapter. This allows the incredible amount of content to be completed quite comfortably through year 10 and 11. The four topics for GCSE history requires approximately 60 sub-chapters to be covered (Paper 1= 23; Paper 2 (A) = 9; Paper 2(B) = 12; Paper 3 = 16). This breaks down into 30 double lessons. For a school that has three 100 minute doubles in a two-week cycle, this allows for the course to be covered in by February half-term, while still allowing for lessons to go through exam practice and missed lessons for a variety of reasons. This system has been tested by our history expert in a mixed ability class, with the course finished by February half-term. Please email info@theknowledgehouse.co.uk if you have any queries, questions or comments. We would be happy to arrange a call to discuss how you can use these resources to allow you to do what you love… TEACH!!
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Weimar and Nazi Germany: 1.1 The origins of the Republic, 1918-1919

Weimar and Nazi Germany: 1.1 The origins of the Republic, 1918-1919

New Edexcel or Hodder textbook is necessary for some of the activities. Extensive PPT and activities that links to Chapter 1.1 of the new Edexcel GCSE 9-1 textbook. Lessons on this topic are newly planned to meet the exacting standards of the new specification; they are not recycled lessons from previous years. Encourages independent work and includes engaging resources to bring the topic to life for students. It also includes a glossary of all the key terms in the textbook with some spaces for extra words that may come up. Exam guide that guides students on how to answer questions for this paper included.
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The American West, c.1835-c.1895 - Chapter 3 Conflicts and conquest, c1876-c1895

The American West, c.1835-c.1895 - Chapter 3 Conflicts and conquest, c1876-c1895

Complete lesson plan linked to Chapter 3 of the Edexcel specification for The American West. There is a different PPT for each of the three sub-chapters: 3.1 Changes in farming, the cattle industry and settlement 3.2 Conflict and tension 3.3 The destruction of the Plains Indians’s way of life There are 19 engaging worksheets that have the students complete the work. Each sheet carries specific guidelines that can be finished for homework or during feedback to ensure you meet the challenging demands of the new content-driven GCSE history exam. Each task is carefully differentiated, with progressively more dificult tasks and questions. Please email info@theknowledgehouse.co.uk if you have any questions.
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The American West, c.1835-c.1895

The American West, c.1835-c.1895

Complete set of lessons linked to the new Edexcel GCSE specification for The American West. Each lesson has a specific PPT and a series of interactive, engaging and differentiated worksheets that require the students to do the work. That’s a total of 9 PPTs, linked to the chapter headings for the Pearson textbook. However, both the Pearson and Hodder textbooks were used when creating these resources. Neither textbook is necessary for these tasks as all content is included. Our lessons are carefully planned to ensure that all relevant content is covered to ensure a level 9 is attainable. Each task has different levels of difficulty, with unfinished tasks a perfect opportunity for feedback or homework. There is a glossary of key terms for students to complete as they progress through the course, along with an exam guide on how to answer questions for Paper 2, Section A. If you have any questions or comments, please email info@theknowledgehouse.co.uk
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The American West, c1835-c1895: 3.3 The destruction of the Plains Indians way of life

The American West, c1835-c1895: 3.3 The destruction of the Plains Indians way of life

Struggling with the massive amount of content for the new GCSE history curriculum? Finding it difficult to keep students engaged? Spending hours planning resources that just adds to your already burdensome workload? The Knowledge House has created a unique and engaging method of allowing teachers to get through the vast amounts of content on the new GCSE curriculum in the minimal amount of time. With meticulously created worksheets, all of our resources require students to complete a series of tasks to slowly uncover the material. Each task has a series of extension activities to stretch the more able while still allowing for the less able to access the content. Our concept is simple - making your life easier! Print out the work sheets, trim them so they can be glued into students’ books, briefly explain the core ideas of the lesson at the start, spend the rest of your lesson assisting students as they complete the sheets! No textbook or PowerPoint necessary! (PPT is included to instruct students and teacher of the order of tasks). With exam questions and exam guides instructing students how to answer questions, The Knowledge House are here to make your life easier. Thanks for reading. Please email info@theknowledgehouse.co.uk if you have any questions or comments.
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The American West, c1835-c1895: 3.2 Conflict and tension

The American West, c1835-c1895: 3.2 Conflict and tension

Struggling with the massive amount of content for the new GCSE history curriculum? Finding it difficult to keep students engaged? Spending hours planning resources that just adds to your already burdensome workload? The Knowledge House has created a unique and engaging method of allowing teachers to get through the vast amounts of content on the new GCSE curriculum in the minimal amount of time. With meticulously created worksheets, all of our resources require students to complete a series of tasks to slowly uncover the material. Each task has a series of extension activities to stretch the more able while still allowing for the less able to access the content. Our concept is simple - making your life easier! Print out the work sheets, trim them so they can be glued into students’ books, briefly explain the core ideas of the lesson at the start, spend the rest of your lesson assisting students as they complete the sheets! No textbook or PowerPoint necessary! (PPT is included to instruct students and teacher of the order of tasks). With exam questions and exam guides instructing students how to answer questions, The Knowledge House are here to make your life easier. Thanks for reading. Please email info@theknowledgehouse.co.uk if you have any questions or comments.
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The American West, c1835-c1895: 3.1 Changes in farming, the cattle industry and settlement

The American West, c1835-c1895: 3.1 Changes in farming, the cattle industry and settlement

Struggling with the massive amount of content for the new GCSE history curriculum? Finding it difficult to keep students engaged? Spending hours planning resources that just adds to your already burdensome workload? The Knowledge House has created a unique and engaging method of allowing teachers to get through the vast amounts of content on the new GCSE curriculum in the minimal amount of time. With meticulously created worksheets, all of our resources require students to complete a series of tasks to slowly uncover the material. Each task has a series of extension activities to stretch the more able while still allowing for the less able to access the content. Our concept is simple - making your life easier! Print out the work sheets, trim them so they can be glued into students’ books, briefly explain the core ideas of the lesson at the start, spend the rest of your lesson assisting students as they complete the sheets! No textbook or PowerPoint necessary! (PPT is included to instruct students and teacher of the order of tasks). With exam questions and exam guides instructing students how to answer questions, The Knowledge House are here to make your life easier. Thanks for reading. Please email info@theknowledgehouse.co.uk if you have any questions or comments.
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The American West, c1835-c1895: 2.3 Changes in the way of life of the Plains Indians

The American West, c1835-c1895: 2.3 Changes in the way of life of the Plains Indians

Struggling with the massive amount of content for the new GCSE history curriculum? Finding it difficult to keep students engaged? Spending hours planning resources that just adds to your already burdensome workload? The Knowledge House has created a unique and engaging method of allowing teachers to get through the vast amounts of content on the new GCSE curriculum in the minimal amount of time. With meticulously created worksheets, all of our resources require students to complete a series of tasks to slowly uncover the material. Each task has a series of extension activities to stretch the more able while still allowing for the less able to access the content. Our concept is simple - making your life easier! Print out the work sheets, trim them so they can be glued into students’ books, briefly explain the core ideas of the lesson at the start, spend the rest of your double lesson assisting students as they complete the sheets! No textbook or PowerPoint necessary! (PPT is included to instruct students and teacher of the order of tasks). With exam questions and exam guides instructing students how to answer questions, The Knowledge House are here to make your life easier. Thanks for reading. Please email info@theknowledgehouse.co.uk if you have any questions or comments.
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The American West, c.1835-c.1895 - Chapter 2 Development of the Plains, c1862-c1876

The American West, c.1835-c.1895 - Chapter 2 Development of the Plains, c1862-c1876

Complete lesson plan linked to Chapter 2 of the Edexcel specification for The American West. There is a different PPT for each of the three sub-chapters: 2.1 The development of settlement in the West 2.2 Ranching and the cattle industry 2.3 Changes in the way of life of the PLains Indians There are over 20 engaging worksheets that have the students complete the work. Each sheet carries specific guidelines that can be finished for homework or during feedback to ensure you meet the challenging demands of the new content-driven GCSE history exam. Each task is carefully differentiated, with progressively more dificult tasks and questions. Please email info@theknowledgehouse.co.uk if you have any questions. Thank you!
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The American West, c1835-c1895: 2.2 Ranching and the cattle industry

The American West, c1835-c1895: 2.2 Ranching and the cattle industry

Struggling with the massive amount of content for the new GCSE history curriculum? Finding it difficult to keep students engaged? Spending hours planning resources that just adds to your already burdensome workload? The Knowledge House has created a unique and engaging method of allowing teachers to get through the vast amounts of content on the new GCSE curriculum in the minimal amount of time. With meticulously created worksheets, all of our resources require students to complete a series of tasks to slowly uncover the material. Each task has a series of extension activities to stretch the more able while still allowing for the less able to access the content. Our concept is simple - making your life easier! Print out the work sheets, trim them so they can be glued into students’ books, briefly explain the core ideas of the lesson at the start, spend the rest of your double lesson assisting students as they complete the sheets! No textbook or PowerPoint necessary! (PPT is included to instruct students and teacher of the order of tasks). With exam questions and exam guides instructing students how to answer questions, The Knowledge House are here to make your life easier. Thanks for reading. Please email info@theknowledgehouse.co.uk if you have any questions or comments.
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The American West, c1835-c1895: 2.1 The development of settlement in the West

The American West, c1835-c1895: 2.1 The development of settlement in the West

Struggling with the massive amount of content for the new GCSE history curriculum? Finding it difficult to keep students engaged? Spending hours planning resources that just adds to your already burdensome workload? The Knowledge House has created a unique and engaging method of allowing teachers to get through the vast amounts of content on the new GCSE curriculum in the minimal amount of time. With meticulously created worksheets, all of our resources require students to complete a series of tasks to slowly uncover the material. Each task has a series of extension activities to stretch the more able while still allowing for the less able to access the content. Our concept is simple - making your life easier! Print out the work sheets, trim them so they can be glued into students’ books, briefly explain the core ideas of the lesson at the start, spend the rest of your double lesson assisting students as they complete the sheets! No textbook or PowerPoint necessary! With exam questions and exam guides instructing students how to answer questions, The Knowledge House are here to make your life easier. Thanks for reading. Please email info@theknowledgehouse.co.uk if you have any questions or comments.
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The American West, c1835-c1895: 1.3 Conflict and tension

The American West, c1835-c1895: 1.3 Conflict and tension

Complete lesson that links to Chapter 1.3 of the Edexcel curriculum on The American West, c1835-c1895, Conflict and tension There is no textbook necessary for any of these tasks. This lesson consists of engaging and in-depth student led activities that allows students to investigate the reasons for conflict, and the problems associated with both migrating and settling in the West. There are extension tasks for MABLE and a writing frame that shows students how to answer the ‘Explain the importance’ question. This lesson looks in depth at: -tensions with the Plains Indians -Fort Laramie Treaty, causes, terms and significnace -lawlessness in the West -reasons for lawlessness -government dealing with the problems -community responses. There is also a guide for an ‘Explain the importance’ type exam question with a model answer to guide students. Any questions or comments please leave a review or email info@theknowledgehouse.co.uk Thank you.
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The American West, c1835-c1895: 1.2 Migration and Early Settlement

The American West, c1835-c1895: 1.2 Migration and Early Settlement

Complete lesson that links to Chapter 1.2 of the Edexcel curriculum on The American West, c1835-c1895, Migration and Early Settlement There is no textbook necessary for any of these tasks. This lesson consists of engaging and in-depth student led activities that allows students to investigate the reasons for migration, and the problems associated with both migrating and settling in the West. There are extension tasks for MABLE and a writing frame that shows students how to answer the ‘Explain two consequences’ question. This lesson looks in depth at: -push and pull factors that encouraged migration -the Oregon Trail -Californian Gold Rush -the Donner Party -the Mormon migration -problems associated with settlement There is also a guide for an Explain two consequences type exam question with a model answer to guide students. Any questions or comments please leave a review or email info@theknowledgehouse.co.uk Thank you.
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The American West, c.1835-c.1895 - Chapter 1 The Early Settlement of the West, c1835-c1862

The American West, c.1835-c.1895 - Chapter 1 The Early Settlement of the West, c1835-c1862

Complete lesson plan linked to Chapter 1 of the Edexcel specification for The American West. There is a different PPT for each of the three sub-chapters: 1.1 The Plains Indians: their beliefs and way of life. 1.2 Migration and early settlement 1.3 Conflict and tension There are over 20 engaging worksheets that have the students complete the work. Each sheet carries specific guidelines that can be finished for homework or during feedback to ensure you meet the challenging demands of the new content-driven GCSE history exam. Each task is carefully differentiated. There is also a guide explaining how to approach each question for this exam paper. There are three structure sheets showing students how to answer each question on this exam paper by looking at an exam question. Please email info@theknowledgehouse.co.uk if you have any questions. Thank you!
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Weimar and Nazi Germany: 1.2 Early challenges to the Republic, 1919-1923

Weimar and Nazi Germany: 1.2 Early challenges to the Republic, 1919-1923

New Edexcel or Hodder textbook necessary for some of the activities. Extensive PPT and activities that links to Chapter 1.2 of the new Edexcel GCSE 9-1 textbook. Lessons on this topic are newly planned to meet the exacting standards of the new specification; they are not recycled lessons from previous years. Encourages independent work and includes engaging resources to bring the topic to life for students.
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Weimar and Nazi Germany: 1.4 Changes in society, 1924-1929

Weimar and Nazi Germany: 1.4 Changes in society, 1924-1929

Extensive PPT and activities that links to Chapter 1.4 of the new Edexcel GCSE 9-1 textbook. Lessons on this topic are newly planned to meet the exacting standards of the new specification; they are not recycled lessons from previous years. Encourages independent work and includes engaging resources to bring the topic to life for students. Edexcel textbook necessary for some of the activities.
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